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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-07-2012, 03:43 AM Thread Starter
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Nice and stealthy.

Bit pricey if you ask me!
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Nice and stealthy.

Bit pricey if you ask me!
Great things come at a price my friend!!! Lol
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Well, that is true.

However, it's more than I paid a year ago and has double the mileage mine then had.

Admittedly it probably has more horses, has the Aero spats and the right steering wheel, but even so!
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Nice, but they say black is the slowest colour.






Wait for it............

Less than 123BHP/Even less lb.ft
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Nice, but they say black is the slowest colour.






Wait for it............
Oooooo..........
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I heard black is for those who couldn't get white ones?

Nice motor though. It does get my juices going when I see a shiny FSTI in any colour!
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Oooooooo

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Nice looking motor £400 plus road tax if its a 2007?

Still looks like original hi fi in it, and as said for 50,000 miles a bit pricey.


The chap that had the dark Grey FSTI on Pistonheads with over 40,000 miles came down to £11,000, he still never sold it on PHDS.

As for these "Imorters" that have the blue one at 55,000 plus at £14,000 plus, the very best of luck.

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You do get these periods of over inflated pricing!...partly due to the likes of ourselves and some traders hyping them up and getting all excited about the desirability and scarcity of the FSTi...it only takes a bit of good press or a magazine article to suddenly create a sudden upturn in their prices......sadly, the reality is very different....i have had a massive amount of 'interest' in mine with plenty of silly offers! but i havn't had hoards of people bashing my door down with wads of cash !

Nevertheless, it has sold but for well under the £9K i reckoned it was worth!

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You do get these periods of over inflated pricing!...partly due to the likes of ourselves and some traders hyping them up and getting all excited about the desirability and scarcity of the FSTi...it only takes a bit of good press or a magazine article to suddenly create a sudden upturn in their prices......sadly, the reality is very different....i have had a massive amount of 'interest' in mine with plenty of silly offers! but i havn't had hoards of people bashing my door down with wads of cash !

Nevertheless, it has sold but for well under the £9K i reckoned it was worth!
So sorry to hear that.

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Thanks for the condolences Al...

...to be honest i am more than happy with the sale.....i had run myself ragged with the ownership and the Impreza P1 before that was just plain manic ...also the fact that these supercar performing Subaru's had come on the back of a succession of E46 M3's........I was just plain Speed-freaked out !

Looking forward to something a little more sedate, more refined and svelte like but with a big engine when i need it most! (Monaro is top of my list at the mo')

The way i look at it, if i feel i want to get back into an FSTi, then i will go out and buy one, a bit of a blasť comment but i know £9K will get me a great example....the subject vehicle of this post is way over priced.

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